Revealed: Jose Mourinho’s message to Ed Woodward over transfers

Man United manager Jose Mourinho is never shy of spending in the transfer window, and despite spending £120million to sign Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku, the Portuguese coach is yet distraught with his his otherwise strong current squad, hence he wants more signings.

Jose Mourinho had informed Man United principal Ed Woodward of his plans for the current transfer window, but he’s currently short of two players as he wanted four new boys for the Old Trafford Landlords.

According to report, Ed Woodward has traveled to join up with Man United on their pre-season tour in the USA and Mourinho will have a crunch talk with the Chief.

Man United are short of options in midfield after Wayne Rooney left the Club for Everton. United have been heavily linked with a move for Chelsea’s Nemanja Matic and Tottenham’s Eric Dier but they have been left leaking their lips over refusal of the Clubs to let go off their targets.

Meanwhile, Ivan Perisic has indicated that he wants a switch to United but the Red Devils offer for him fall short of his valuation. Inter Milan revealed that if the right offer is made for the winger, he’ll be allowed to jump the ship – Mourinho has bemoaned the inability of the Club to seal these signings.

Speaking after United’s win over Houston, Mourinho revealed that he wants at the least one more signing.

“I don’t know, I don’t know,” he said. “I’m not in control of that.

“The credit of Lukaku and Victor Lindelof to be here on time, the credit is not mine, it is Ed Woodward’s and I thank him for that fantastic work to bring us two very important players.

“But for us but we need a bit more.

“When you see the other teams in the Premier League, the way they get players and good players and you see the champions buy three fantastic, experienced players, City go to the market, Liverpool too and West Ham gets Joe Hart, Chicharito and Arnautovic, then wow.

The transfer market is very wide much open, United will certainly complete one more signing as Mouroinho looks to push for the title.